Goldfish Swim School is a state of the art aquatic facility dedicated entirely to year-round indoor swim classes and programs for children 4 months and up. The swim school offers swim lessons to children of all ages and varying stages from introductory parent-tot programs to beginning swimmer lessons to advanced pro-level lessons.
Goldfish Swim School - Westford features include:
- Heated indoor swimming pool kept at 90 degrees. Air temperature kept at 92 degrees, providing swimmers with a shiver-free swim lesson experience.
- Small class sizes so kids receive the personalized attention they need. (Max 4:1 student to teacher ratio)
- Recreational swim team (7:1 student to teacher ratio) for those swimmers who want to prepare for the next stages of competitive swimming.
- State-of-the-art pool water purification system, guaranteeing a clean, safe environment for learning swimmers.
Goldfish Swim School also includes a viewing gallery for parents to watch lessons and a tropical décor. In addition to swim lessons, the program offers open swim times for families, weekend birthday parties and a Treasure Island to purchase swim suits and accessories.
Call today to learn more about Goldfish Swim School in Westford!
Goldfish Swim School - Westford
3 Lyberty Way
Westford MA 01886
"My 4-year-old daughter has been attending the Goldfish Swim School for the past few years ... As a result of the wonderful environment at Goldfish – excellent &cheerful teachers, warm water & air, and positive, child-oriented atmosphere – she quickly learned to love the water and feel entirely at home in the pool..." – Lisa Ferris
“We have two children at Goldfish and they absolutely love it! The instructors have shown true, genuine compassion with our children and are dedicated to their growth with each lesson.” –Troy and Jacqueline Bergman
“Your staff members have consistently demonstrated kindness, thoughtfulness and an excellence in swimming instruction I would recommend your school to anyone interested in not only teaching their children how to swim but also to be safe in the water!” –Susan Pepper